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557

Sainsbury, Noel, ii. 273 footnote

St. Ives, i. 496

St. John, Knights of, expelled by Tamer-
lane, ii. 209

Sakae, the, i. 160, 173, 205-210, 354,
360, 469

Saladin, vide Salah-u-Din

Salah Khan, captain of Nadir's guard,
ii. 367

Salah-u-Din (Saladin of the Crusaders),
ii. 108

Salamis, 1.215; Battle of, 216-218 ; 220,
223, 224, 225, 231, 233, 244

Saiar, Kajar Khan 5 rebellion of, ii. 442-

443

Salghar, founder of Fars Dynasty, ii. 127
Sali, Vizier of the Chagatay, ii. 196
Salih ibn Nasr, Governor of Sistan, ii. 84
Salman,  first Persian convert to Islam,

"• 1/1.37

Salmas, ii. 255, 262

Salm ibn Ziad, Arab Governor of
Khorasan, ii. 50

Salonica, i. 251

Sam, Prince of Sistan, i. 143-144

Sam (Pretender), ii. 362

Saman, founder of Samanid Dynasty,
ii. 87, 88

Samanid Dynasty; rise of, ii. 87-88 5 at
its zenith, 89-90; decay and downfall,
90-91 ; 96

Samarcand, i. 287, 288, 289, 438, 496 ;
ii. 48, 52, 53 ; rebellion in, 70 ;
captured by Harthama, 71 ; 88 j an-
nexed by Mahmud, 96 ; 105, 118,140,
H9, "52> *96, X97> 198, 200, 204,
207, 211 ; Tamerlane's tomb, 215 ;
216, 218, 223, 224, 236, 243

Samaria, capture of, i. 123-1245 352

Samarra, city of, i. 50, 456, 457 ; found-
ing of, ii. 78-79 ; palace of, 82-83

Sam Mir%a^ •vide Safi, Shah

Sammuramat, Assyrian Queen, i. 123

Samos, i. 223

Samosata, i. 175

Samsi-Ramman   IV., Assyrian   King, i.

122

Samsu-iluna, King of Babylon, i. 80, 81

Sana, i. 493 j ii. 7

Sandrocottus (Chandragupta), i. 312

Sangar, ii. 150

Sanjar, Sultan, Seljuk, ii. in, 112;
at the zenith of power, 118-119; 120,
1215 defeated by the Kara Khitai, 122;
captured by the Ghuzz, 122-123 5 escape
and death, 124 5 character of, 124-125 5
126, 236

Sapor I., vide Shapur I.

Saracens, the, i. 452, 453, 456, 482, 490,

5°3» 517
Sarai, ii. 196
Sarakhs, i. 4; ii. 73* Iz6> l84 5 3°°

Sarangians, the, i. 354
Saras River, the, i. 525
Sarbizan Pass, ii. 183
Sardanapalus, i. 132
Sardes, i. 30; American mission at, 136 ;
155 ; capture of, by Cyrus, 156 5 175,
*76> *79> *99> 200, 201, 203, 212,
225, 226, 227, 237, 260 $ surrender of,
p 265.; 312, 314, 336, 344
Sardinia, li. 115
Sardu, ii. ^footnote, 183
Sargon I., King of Assyria, i. 70 5 cam-
paign against Elam, 71
Sargon II., King of Assyria, i. 88 ; war
with Elam, 89-90; 118 ; captures
Samaria, 123 ; 136
Sarhad, i. 39, 55
Sari, n\54, 86
Sarmatians, the, i. 440
Sarvistan, palace at, i. 509, 510
Sasan, i. 423, 424
Sasaniaa Dynasty ; rise of, i. 422-429 ;
433 ; connexion of China and Persia,
483-484 5 administration, language, and
architecture under, 500 tt seq.; growth
of the army, 502-504; the monarch
and his Court, 506 5 art and architec-
ture, 508-515 5 ii. 44, 131
Sasanian rock sculptures, i. 194
Satibarzanes, Persian Satrap, i. 284, 285
Satrapies, instituted by Darius, i. 173
Sattagydia, Persian province, i. 173
Saturn, i. 420
Sauromaces, Prince of Iberia, i. 458, 459
Sava (or Sawa), ii. 112, 159, 181
Saxa, Decidius, Roman Governor of Syria,
i. 384, 3»5
Sayf-u-Din, Ghorid Prince, ii. 120
Sayhan, River, i. 24
Scanderun, Gulf of, ii. 181
Schiel, Father, i. 57
Schindler, Sir Houtum, i. 332
Scipio, i. 362
Scodra (the modern Scutari), i. 385
Scotland 5 Scotch and Macedonians com-
pared, i. 302
Scutari, i. 385
Scylax (Greek admiral), i. 179-180
Scythians, the 5 invasion of Media, i.
130-1315 133, 138; campaign by
Darius, 175 et seq.; 182, 225, 253,
288, 354
Sebastian, Roman general, i. 452
Secudianus, Achaemenian Prince, i. 232
Seleucia, city on the Tigris, i. 312, 338,
357, 373> 375, 393, 395, 4°5> 4",
414, 415, 454, 464 5 Council of; 465 5
520,526,538       ^
Seleucia, Syrian city, i. 335, 356, 488
Seleucus I.  (Nicator) 5  rise of, i. 3075
308,   309 5   reoccupation. of Babylon,
310-311 ; forms an empire, 311-312;